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This is meant to be installed in a sauna.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the 'easy' answer would be a tripped high-limit switch. Inside the generator box, there is a resettable circuit breaker to the heating element, on the top of the water tank.
kill the power to the unit, take off the shell and look for the pushbutton.
If that is the problem, there is a likely chance that the temp sensor in the shower is not working so it overheats and trips the high temp limit.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
I had the same problem,I bought a used one and during assembly thought it didn't matter where I plugged the cables at the top power board, but it does or else once you try to turn on the heat the sauna shuts down.
INSTRUCTIONS: I fixed mine by connecting the cable that runs from the interior light to the last port, then comes a sealed port, then on the next port connect one of the two cables (the largest one) that comes from the temperature controller from the front wall, the rest cables don't matter which port you put them.
Good luck I hope it works, theres little information out there about fixing this problems. the manual doesnt say the order to connect the cables and to top it off the manufacturer went bankrupt.
Posted on Jul 30, 2011
Saunas can reach different levels of humidity, and accordingly, they are set at different temperatures.
A traditional sauna is between 70 and 100 degrees Celsius, while a Turkish bath, in order to approach the wanted 100% humidity, has a temperature of around 40 degrees to compensate the steam.
Posted on Oct 03, 2013
SOURCE: What is a sauna?
Whether it be the traditional Finnish sauna bath, the more modern infrared sauna, a Russian banya, Native American sweat lodge or Roman steam baths, they have been a refuge not only for relaxation, revitalization and social gatherings but also for a wide range of health benefits.
Read more: Saunas
Posted on Dec 20, 2013
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